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Sandy’s Story

Sandy has launched her personal website, where she will be active with her blogs and videos.

Visit her website by clicking the image below.

sandy brosam link to personal website

My Life Has Been Complicated…

I was once asked…
“What is the hardest thing about being a mother”?
I told her not being one…

I have given birth to 4 children, 2 with feet on the ground, and 2 who grew their wings. My first child died in a car accident when I was 21. I was the driver. 8 years later, my 4th child died from cancer. So I know grief, and survivor’s guilt. I have had an entire lifetime to learn about my journey with grief.

Losing a child messed me up, losing the 2nd one was brutal. 

Then my mother died in my arms from a brain aneurysm.

Socially, for many people these are the anchors. Our sense of balance in life. Our family tree. My mother helped me survive the loss of my children, so in losing her, I lost my lifeline so to speak. I was on my own. I had to make the decision to let her die peacefully in my arms, as she had asked me to do. She had survived the loss of two grandchildren, and watched her daughter spiral thru the pain. She deserved to die in peace. I had to be strong enough to provide that last act of love for her.

As I have grown and healed, I have reached out to help others, both with this grief support website and the writing of my books.

My passion is to Empower Grieving Hearts to Heal!

For more information on Sandy’s published articles, and her books just surf on over to her personal website, linked at the top of the page.

sandy brosam

6 Responses to Sandy’s Story

  1. Joanne Hardy

    I love your poems and quotes and angels hugs sites – they are truly inspirational to me. You are a wonderful writer. I’m sorry for all of your losses. I can’t even imagine what you have gone thru. May God’s love keep watch over you (or whatever higher being you believe in). Your writings brought tears to my eyes, but a smile to my heart. Blessings, Joanne

    • admin

      Hi Joanne, you did leave your comment, I just have to approve them, as I get a lot of spam. Thank you, Sandy

  2. Linda Moore

    Hi Sandy, I am so thrilled to come across your site..the name alone is soothing. My son died in a car accident in 1989, he was 17. A few months after his death my family and I went to a support group. By the end of the first year I became the chapter leader as the prior one had stepped down. We shut down our chapter last month “officially”, but will continue to do things together and do some outreach. I will do a simple newsletter, short and via email except for the people who want the hard copy. After doing the group and the newsletter for so many years, your site is a breath of fresh air with wonderful quotes and poems… I will be borrowing many of them. Thanks again, your site is so “cozy”

  3. gayle

    Thank you Sandy for words of comfort and I will pass this site along to others who are grieving their father’s death. It is so much easier remembering all the wonderful, loving caring ways Larry left and I plan on making a memory album for our son. Thank you, I am truly sorry for your loss. gayle

  4. Donna Johnson

    I really like your site – I can’t find a way to subscribe – do you have that option?
    Thank you and best wishes.

    • admin

      Hi Donna, I didn’t set up the subscription as I was working full time and wasn’t going to contribute in a timely fashion, just when I got time.

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